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    I like your cartoony style! Its fun to look at! Great improvement on the figure and its nice to see you doing anatomy studies! Also practice a lot of gesture as well! Keep it up!

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    Hiya,

    Thanks for stopping in and commenting over at my lil ole sb. Thought I'd return the favor (figuring I'd find a kindred spirit with anyone sportin' a Mr Incredible avatar).

    And then I find out you're mixed up with LtPlissken!!



    Ok...so I'm kidding...Plissken and I are simpatico (at least I feel that way about him)



    So it's good to see another artist on the journey. No crits for now other than to just keep those pencils movin!!

    Ciao fer now,




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    Loomis was my great friend. We used to smuggle tomatoes
    through eastern Europe a few years ago. Then one night he
    mixed up some Asian weed with rotten Indonesian onion and
    a lot of tomatoes. After he ate the mixture, he drunk a
    whole bottle of strawberry brandy.
    He threw up all over the fresh winter snow and I lost him in
    the wine yard. He was jiggling up and down in the muddy soil
    of the late January meadows. I did not saw him since then.
    I hope that you did not shot him too hard. He got some nice
    feelings inside him. When he is sober. I like the studies.


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    I believe it LtPlissken...I BELIEVE!!




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    Oh yes he and I went to different schools together some years back and he was into malt whiskey and pineapple chunks back then, by the pint too. Thats when I first thought, hmmm this man has a problem.
    He couldnt hold a pencil and he was talking rubbish it was a kindness to finaly shoot him in the face and put him out of his misery!
    Sorry snake but he's dead, on the plus side though I drag him out of the freezer every halloween to frighten the trick or treaters, so he does still get out!

    ha ha ha

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    You are surely infected. Your frequent get-togethers with Plissken definitely had their consequences. You are doomed, you might never be taken seriously enough when showing such severe symptoms but cheer up, you will be remembered as a great entertainer - making this world a better place isn't a bad thing either, isn't it.

    (I wished to poke you for some updates but considering your last update happened more recently than mine, let's forget about it.)

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    Loomis drawn out from the freezer
    for the twentieth winter for Halloween
    trick or treat event.
    Hmmm.
    I should paint that.


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    It looks like you forgot form when copying the pictures. Always think form first and then the rest should fall into place. One day I'll take my own medicine.

    LP - do.

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    Sorry my mate but you lost me there!? I copied them straight from the book, are they wrong??
    Yikes I shall retreat and have another look and re-do as required many thanks my matey.

    all the best

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    I'm seeing some definite improvement as I look through the pages.

    One thing I will say, though. That last picture, the torso's right shoulder looks a little out of place to me? Like it's too far forwards/to the side? If you go back to it, I'd bring the shoulder back a bit.

    Keep it up, you're doing well! =)

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    Thanks for the comment Cabriola, I'm always delighted to have new visitors.

    Hmmm youre the second to say theres something wrong with the basic form of those, I definately need to do some more it seems. Which is a shame because I was getting rather bored with those pages of figure drawing for all its worth, oh well never mind eh! back to it

    Thanks again and all the best matey

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    Nice sketchbook Lightship69, those 3D studies look good in particular. You are doing the right things with the Loomis studies, so keep at it and good luck!

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    *pokes Lightship gently but somewhat impatiently* More updates plz A lil thing will do.

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    A christmas message to all my mateys

    Happy christmas guys

    merry christmas 2.swf ok click the link and open it with your browser if you dont have flash installed, I will put also put a link up to my web page shortly.

    To all my visitors old and new I just thought that I would put something up to wish you all a happy christmas, I know its early but I finished it far quicker than I thought I would and and also I get quite frazzled at christmas with having kids and all that and so would forget if I dont do it now for you!!

    All the best for christmas everyone and good luck with all your projects for the new year.

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    I did think of doing a static greeting first and did these things before thinking what the hell for half a day in flash and photoshop "LETS ANIMATE!"

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    dude, sweet color and light studies. i would sugest anatomy and perspective studies, they help a lot with the base drawing
    keep on drawing man

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    Hello matey, I wish you a Merry Christmas too, and
    a Happy New Year, all the best to you and to your family.
    These snowman paintings are so great and relaxing, I like
    the purity in it. You know me, I would have my own version of
    course, like for example, the snowman would fish out a dead
    half rotten Santa Claus from under the ice. The soundtrack could
    be like 'Trapped under Ice' from Metallica. Or something.
    Great work overall, thanks for sharing, and its good to see that
    you are back from your long absence.
    About the funny, wife/husband running shoes story, well I have
    to admit it's funny, and it will be definitely accepted by the majority
    of the audience so I encourage you to draw it or paint it, whichever
    feels better for you. In my version the safari Lion would definitely
    mangle the husband and molest the wife after, no matter to her
    running shoes. But I have a twisted weird sick imagination, so please
    do not blame me too much. Hope that you will publish pretty soon
    the story. Till then, taker care and have a nice weekend.


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    Merry Christmas I hope you will do some update till then though It's soooo far away, after all and everyone would be happier to hear about you and see your stuff
    The first, rendered snowman is quite handsome with all that radiosity
    Christmas flashworks, I remember my own ones... Some for fun, some because it was my job... Maybe I should do one again. I didn't touch Flash for ages.

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    Hiya and goot ta see yah back postin on CA m8! Thanks for posting a reply over at my sb...I'll update and reply back there sometime soon I hope.

    So diggin yer christmas card swf and the stills...I'm likin dose snow men designs and color schemes too!



    Let me also add a Merry Christmas wish to each of you and a prosperous and Happy New Year!

    (yup...that means you too LtPlissken )


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    More snowmen animation bits

    Hi guys

    This is for an animation for the top of a web page for a school, I thought I would post and see if anyone can see anything wrong with the walk cycle or the baseball pitch snowball throw. I have looked at them and then put them aside and cant see anything else that I have missed, so its over to you can you see anything out of place or odd with any of it.
    Sorry that the cycles have been cut down and split into threes the idea was to stop you having to scroll sideways to see it.

    First is the basic guy, bog standard snowman but with legs rather than big round balls of snow.
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    Next is the baseball style throwing of the snowball at the screen, the idea is it hits and spells out happy christmas next hit says from the school in question.
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    The last one is the walk cycle to get him on screen and then off again, I wanted a bit of a head wobble or a nod as he walks on and off this adds a little more silliness and makes him non aggressive hopefully!
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    thanks guys.

    Edit - Er the images are not showing up !! am looking into problem bear with me!! fixed it but I dont know how I just attached them all again after deleting the originals, weird!!

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    Iám not very good in such things I guess, I mean, seeing just the pictures and saying if it will be wrong when animated But the walking cycle seems okay to me. The other one is more difficult but seriously, it's easier to test and fix while animating. i don't even fully understand what's going on, especially when the snowman throws the snowball, why is he spinning, or is the camera moving?

    Anyway, good luck with the animation

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    Hi there darlin

    Ha ha ha The snowman is throwing a snowball in the same style as an american baseball pitcher (bowler) and the spin comes from all the innertia of throwing the ball........... well i hope so anyway.
    It is loosly based on a cycle put out by Preston Blair a disney animator and hero of mine, I say loosly because he used a person and only an idiot like me would try to do a snowman but there you go!

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    That should be a very cool animation matey.
    We used to do animations like this for the study group
    a few months back, so check it out;
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...209890&page=15

    So happy because of the oncoming holidays, Christmas and New Year,
    even if I am a bit ill. Cold weather is killing me most of the time.
    But I will wait to see your finished piece, the actual GIF animation,
    hope you will post it pretty soon. All the best buddy.




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    Cheers my mate, very useful thanks loads

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    the walk cycle looks cool! That remembers me of animating characters for a game there I need to change the movement pixel by pixel!
    Just keep an eye of the length of the snowman's limps. The arms are much longer in the walk cycle and in the storyboard than in the turn around. I don't know if you really want it like that

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    Hi matey

    Thanks very much for commenting, Yes I know what you mean and they are drifting up and down a bit arn't they, I will watch out for it when I put him together, you are a star.

    This is why I put it up here! I get a little too close these things sometimes and forget to take a step back or a rest and look at it again with fresh eyes.

    Thanks again and all the very best to you my mate.

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    Hey Lightship - definitely some improvement which is great! My only advice is keep it up - do more...and definitely try to work in some still life studies of simple arrangements. Even just a couple boxes...really force yourself to do those...spend a few hours drawing two boxes. Put your effort into accuracy first and then line quality and values. Try a pile of cloth, a tool or two, etc. Also start working at an easel if you aren't already...work large...break out some charcoal, etc.

    Keep at it! Remeber to have fun!

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    Brilliant !!

    Thanks Jeff I know you are busy and trying to back off a little to do things you can get paid for, as to your advice I will push more in that direction and do some more still life etc.

    Thanks for taking the time matey I really appreciate it.

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    im doing a little animation myself now, and those walking frames of yours beat mine im pretty sure, im doing mine a 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5- 3 pattern, with a repeating frame, maybe im best off dropping that and moving to one more like yours.

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    Hey man,
    Thanks for stopping by my SB and commenting Its great to see you are so dedicated to learning and improving. Have you attended any figure drawing classes? If not, you might want to as it will teach you so much more than working from photo ref. Don't get me wrong, photo ref is great, it is just that it won't teach you things that only hours infront of a model doing gestures will. That and Keep plugging away on your fundamentals such as perspective and color theory.
    Good Stuff!

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    Where are we so far - Gesture capture

    Ok here we are again its update time, I have been working on gestures for a while now and attempting to get a pose that feels natural and not a static hero pose, which is stiff and silly and fools no one.

    so here are some ok ones and some fails, but i believe you learn from your failures too so here you are.

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    I personally like the guy drawing and the cowboys, most of the others are fails as you sort of get it but it doesnt leap out at you and make the action obvious.

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